The Pinetree Drive neighborhood of Miami Beach is truly one of the most picturesque neighborhoods of the area. Pinetree Drive stretches from 23rd to 63rd Streets, and is located on the Eastern area of Miami Beach. As its name alludes to, Pinetree Drive is a tree-lined, scenic drive, which functions as a less-traveled alternative to busy Collins Avenue.
Homes run along the east and west sides of the street, and a handful of the homes are classic Miami Beach waterfront homes. In 2001, it was proposed to name the span of Pinetree Drive from 30th to 46th Streets as a local historic landmark, due to the historic character and visual nature of the roadway.
This family-friendly neighborhood often features homes with pools, tennis and basketball courts, lush yards, and sun decks for families to enjoy and take advantage of the amazing outdoor weather that Miami affords it’s residents year round. It is not out of the ordinary to find homes with 6 or more bedrooms and more than 10,000 square feet in size.
It’s centrality and accessibility to mainland Miami via I-195/Julia Tuttle Causeway, as well as the hustle and bustle of trendy South Beach, makes for a nice mix within a quiet, family-oriented neighborhood. Aficionados of the arts can enjoy many museums, theaters, and music venues such as the Bass Museum of Art and The Fillmore Miami Beach at the Jackie Gleason Theater on Miami Beach, or the Pérez Art Museum Miami (PAMM) and the Adrienne Arsht Center for the Performing Arts in Downtown Miami.
Children and teenagers who reside on Hibiscus Island fall into the Miami-Dade County Public Schools district, and attend the following schools: South Pointe Elementary School, Nautilus Middle School, and Miami Beach High School. The current average property price ranges from $2,500,000 to $18,500,000. Rental prices range from $8,000 to $28,000.